Backwater Retreat Theme House
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Travel Blogs from Kumarakom
... seaweed/old boots out. Kochi itself was mainly a place to stay however. The main activity we had in mind was a tour of Kerala's backwaters. A series of lakes and rivers, both natural and man-made, weave their way for miles and miles down the India coast, all lined by palm trees and populated by wading birds, kingfishers and the odd tourist or fishing boat punting along. It was a very relaxing day and included a stop off on ...
... to do tasks which might take longer to perform, but then all kinds of industrial waste and pollutants are avoided. And humans make waste anyway, so why not make use of them? I really love that kind of efficacy. And I love Kerala.
After our boat journey, we headed back to the Casino Hotel and bid a sad farewell (spoiler alert: we came back to this hotel, so don't be shocked when we mention it again) to our newest friends: the folks ...
... my deriere. To cap it all, a truly horrific evening of vomiting and other nasty things began... Oh to be in India.
By the next day, I was a shivering, bruised shell of the spritely girl I once was, and after the four hour drive to Mysore, I was ready to curl up into a tight ball and hibernate. With no notable improvement to my condition, I made the decision to leave my tour. The problematic thing with tours is that, if you happen to fall ill, there is no ...
... fish we had ever tasted.
We then went for our 3 hour boat trip through the backwaters, which was so good. Myself and Rito got to drive the boat.
As we arrived back to our accommodation there was a festival going on, painted elephants, lots of people and the loudest fireworks we had ever heard!
... in the middle with something savory and there is a savory sauce that goes on top of it. I try it to be polite. I do that with all the food. But I eat only one. It’s not something that appeals to me for breakfast. The coffee is okay with some sugar in it. I don’t normally add sugar to coffee. I think I need to do so because it is Nescafe.
I learn from the owner during breakfast that the rickshaw ...
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